Campling to lead Gentle Path
Pine Grove is pleased to announce Dr. Susan Campling as director of its Gentle Path program. Campling brings to the Gentle Path program over 20 years’ experience in the field of mental health and addiction treatment. She is degreed in both nursing and psychology and has worked in a variety of settings including outpatient mental health care and most recently, as the director of the Keystone Center ECU in Chester, Pa. She was also founder and director of its Professional Assessment Center and has considerable experience facilitating recovery for healthcare providers and clergy.
Campling obtained a doctorate from LaSalle University and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Alvernia University in Reading, Pa. She has served on the advisory board for IITAP and Alvernia University graduate psychology programs and supervised both interns and post-doctorate fellows including graduates of Widener University’s JD/Psy.D program. She is a certified sexual addictions therapist-supervisor, certified domestic violence therapist, certified sexual offender therapist and an administrator for the Abel Assessment of Sexual Interest. Campling has presented extensively on the topics of sexual addiction, sexual offending, domestic violence and trauma.
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